I thought it was me being a newb at first. But now I'm convinced there might be something wrong with my Across. She stalls if I pull the clutch in too quickly when braking. It's as if the engine revs just drops all the way to 0 RPM and stalls, instead of stopping at idle RPM. My current workaround is to crack the throttle open with the clutch in until the bike's at a complete stop, then close throttle completely. Doesn't always work though. the engine still stalls sometimes. This seems to happen a lot more often during cold weather, and when the engine is cold. In fact, it never happened last summer. Any ideas what I should be checking? I'm not very mechanical minded, so I might have to get my Across checked out by the pros anyhow. But I'd like to be able to give them a more detailed description or have some guesstimate on what could be plaguing her. p.s. This is probably unrelated, but I have a sneaking suspicion that the clutch does not fully disengage even with the lever pulled all the way in. Is there an easy way to check this?